Our Mission at SD Premier Field Hockey Is…
The Mission of San Diego Premier Field Hockey League will be to offer the environment for the development of premier Youth Field Hockey players across San Diego County. We will accomplish this by developing a club program system county wide. Players through out San Diego can try out for the club team of their choice and will also have the opportunity to compete in US Field Hockey events and college showcase tournaments. We are committed to providing elite level coaching and training that will afford local players the ability to reach their highest potential, whether that be at the high school, collegiate, national, or international level.
San Diego Premier Field Hockey League will offer 7 months of Elite Field Hockey club training across San Diego County. We will have club programs located geographically throughout San Diego County that will train athletes weekly to compete against other club programs in our Premier Field Hockey League Starting in December 2012.
The first teams will begin training January 2013 and will go through July 2013. Tryouts will be held in January 2013 so that athletes can affiliate with one of our clubs to compete in the various tournaments and league Play. Our Directors will start assembling teams now in order to get ready for our start in December and will be selecting athletes during the High School Seasons and leading into the December Tryouts. SummeR Training Programs : July-August 2013
San Diego Premier Field Hockey is a part of Whole Sports, A California 501c3 not for profit.
SD Premier Shines at Cal Cup
Playing in its first-ever Cal Cup, San Diego Premier was the only Southern California team to reach the medal round in the Under 16 division at the annual Memorial Day tournament in Moorpark.
SDP Black went undefeated in its pool, sweeping to victories over Coastal Clash, San Jose Fly Blue, OC Divots and Canada’s Cavaliers. Advancing to the quarterfinals, the girls lost in strokes to Doral (Florida) after regulation ended in a tie.
SDP Red also lost only one game – a hard fought 2-1 defeat to powerful San Jose Fly Gold, which won the U16 championship by a 5-0 score the following day. The girls logged victories over Chang An from Taiwan and RBV Longhorns and ties against tough Canadian teams Wolverines and Adancas Red.
SD Premier Takes Twho Titles at Pink
San Diego Premier captured two out of four pools at the Play for Pink tournament, a breast cancer benefit in Vista, CA.
SDP Red won the Junior Varsity division with four wins and a single tie. SDP Blue captured the lower Under-19 division, allowing just a single goal in wins over teams from Fallbrook, Westview, Mission Vista and Escondido high schools.
Entered in the elite U19 division – a pool that parents, coaches and players dubbed the “group of death” – SDP Green went up against the three reigning CIF champs from Southern California.
But the young Premier players held their own, defeating Serra and dropping close decisions to both Scripps Ranch Flyers and Huntington Beach Wave in games that were closer than the final scores indicate.
SD Premier Masters Mila!
San Diego Premier took three Under-16 teams to the Play For Mila tournament in Fallbrook, an event to raise awareness of teenage depression and suicide.
Playing in the pool with five varsity level clubs SDP One went undefeated, racking up four wins and one tie against some of the best teams in San Diego County.
The girls defeated San Marcos Knights, La Costa Canyon Mavericks and the Fallbrook/Vista Seniors before tying Coastal Clash. They rounded out pool play with a win over Fallbrook Guac.
Triple Crown at Stanford for San Diego Premier
In another outstanding performance, San Diego Premier Field Hockey Club won three of its four pools at the 2013 Stanford 7v7 Tournament, April 13-14 in Palo Alto.
Playing in only their second tournament, the SDP teams went undefeated at the Under 16 level, sweeping to eight wins against zero defeats on a warm Sunday afternoon at Stanford. Even more impressive was their play the previous day at the Under 19 level, as the SDP freshmen and sophomores chalked up six wins, one tie and only one defeat against the older girls.
Coached by Torrey Pines High School head coach Katy Moyneur and former U.S. National Team player Kristi Gannon Fisher, the teams at Stanford comprised players from Serra, Torrey Pines, Scripps Ranch, Fallbrook, La Costa Canyon, Westview, Rancho Bernardo, Valhalla and San Dieguito high schools, and Carmel Valley Middle School.
The “triple crown” at Stanford follows an impressive debut performance at the Cal 6v6 in March during which San Diego Premier took first overall in the middle division and second overall in the elite division in the club’s first-ever tournament.
SD Premier Takes 1st and 2nd at Cal 6 v 6
Playing in its first-ever competitive event, San Diego Premier field hockey club took a first place and a second place in the Under 16 division of the Cal 6v6 Tournament in Northern California.
Premier took three teams to the tourney and all did remarkably well, compiling a record of 14 wins and only one loss in pool play – and that lone defeat was one Premier team getting beat by another.
A total of 24 teams from more than a dozen clubs took part in the tournament, hosted by UC Berkeley’s nationally ranked collegiate field hockey team. But SD Premier was the only club that had two teams advance to the championship round.
SDP Yellow won the U16 middle championship in a shootout over Moorpark Coyotes after the championship game ended in a tie. SDP Blue finished second at the U16 elite level in another shootout (that went six rounds) after their title game against Hollywood AC finished in a 3-3 draw.